November 2016 edition
In this issue: upgrades to your MAINPORT dashboard and mobile app, how question libraries can improve access to CPD, accreditation 101, news from Council & Fellows named to Canadian Medical Hall of Fame.
Due to unexpected delays in the construction of the new Halifax Convention Centre, the 2017 International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE) will no longer be held in Halifax, Canada.
The Royal College is currently hard at work making alternate venue arrangements, and will be making its official announcement about the new conference location early next week.
The October 19-21, 2017 dates for the upcoming conference will remain the same. Stay tuned for more information.
Our new Regional Mentors of the Year describe what mentorship means to them. Find out who they are and what they said!
Also, meet your 2016 Prix d’excellence-Specialist of the Year recipients and find out what sets them apart…
Recent staff publications / grants @#RCResearch:
CIHR Project Grant -Spring 2016 ($638,356): Systematic Prospective Assessment of Rapid Knowledge Synthesis - SPARKS Study.
(Andrea Tricco (PI), Tanya Horsley (co-Investigator))
CIHR Project Grant- Spring 2016 ($100,000): Putting patients first: A national patient-centred evaluation of electronic consultations to improve access to specialists (Randomized Trial)
(Clare Liddy (PI) & Tanya Horsley (co-PI & Royal College as Knowledge User))
Farhan Bhanji (co-author): Echocardiography training for cardiac surgery residents: results of a Canadian needs assessment.
Authors: Mazin Fatani et al.
For a complete list of 2015-2016 publications by RC staff and educators, please visit our publications page.
Care to brush up on your clinical statistics? The Research Unit presents another online seminar by statistician Dr. Nick Barrowman (CHEO/University of Ottawa). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information regarding the presentation.
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Volunteers are an integral component of the Royal College’s success. More than 3,000 individuals, mainly Royal College Fellows and Residents, contribute their time and expertise each year. Volunteer roles come in a wide range of time commitments and responsibilities.
Royal College Fellowship is the national standard for specialist medical expertise. Because medicine keeps evolving, Royal College Fellows are always enhancing their learning and skills. Learn more about why Fellowship matters.
The Directory is a searchable public resource where you’ll find specialists who are Fellows of the Royal College. You’ll also find other health care professionals and specialists-in-training who participate in the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program.
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